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Student Research Drone Project May Save Whales

A student-led research team is taking the drone concept to the high seas to save beleaguered sperm whales. Search and Help Aquatic Mammals UAS (SHAMU – yes like the famous whale) is a 11-person project team comprised of University of Colorado Boulder aerospace-engineering students. The project – a part of the student team’s senior-design course […]

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Bihrle and BNSF Achieve Truly Automated UAS Inspections-Includes Image Processing and Reporting

Bihrle Applied Research Inc. and BNSF Railway successfully demonstrate automated detection, classification and reporting of infrastructure conditions found during long-range UAS railway inspections Computer vision technologies enable BNSF Railway to process terabytes of imagery captured during Beyond Visual Line of Sight drone operations HAMPTON, Va., Feb. 21, 2018 – Bihrle Applied Research (Bihrle) and BNSF Railway […]

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Aerial Firefighting North America Gathers the World’s Experts

Tangent Link, renowned and recognised across the globe for its work with the airborne firefighting community, brings the Aerial Firefighting North America Conference and Exhibition back to Sacramento, California this coming March. Taking place at the McClellan Conference Centre, Sacramento McClellan Airport between 12 and 14 March, the event is set to highlight some of the major […]

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Texo DSI appoint eminent professor as non-exec director

Texo Drone Survey and Inspection (Texo DSI), the owner operators of the world’s most comprehensive and dynamic fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr David Flynn as non-executive director. David will provide strategic support as well as being a special adviser to the business for the development of enabling […]

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Kansas State Polytechnic offering UAS training for law enforcement

SALINA — Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is working with law enforcement partners to offer a training course specifically targeted at how first responders can utilize unmanned aircraft systems in daily operations and safety procedures. The first-course offering runs April 9-12 at the campus in Salina. Kurt Carraway, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel and the executive […]

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